Especially in recent years, the growing need for enclosed spaces in security systems, to ensure the optimal provision of specific needs and services, has led to the development of various modular cabin designs. These enclosed spaces must not only be secure, comfortable, and environmentally friendly but also possess features tailored to their primary purpose.
Modular cabins, considered as aesthetic, stylish, and durable urban furniture within the prefab structure family, are primarily manufactured from rigid polyurethane foam and fiberglass-reinforced polyester. Modular cabins predominantly serve the office and accommodation needs of security personnel and workplace guards, but they are also utilized for various purposes such as kiosks, ticket booths, and visitor waiting rooms. Users often refer to them as security booths, guard cabins, mobile booths, guardhouses, mobo cabins, polyester cabins, or modular cabins. The term "modular cabin" is derived from their segmented and modular design, allowing them to be resized with the same assembly system and panels.
In recent years, a new application area for modular cabin systems is in mobile and portable toilet and shower cabins. These cabins prove to be very useful and practical in outdoor fieldwork, construction sites, beach parks, and large social facilities. Thanks to their robustness and portability, modular cabins can provide long-term service in multiple locations.
Another product designed within the modular cabin category is the use of containers as living spaces. These cabins, insulated with rigid polyurethane foam, have found applications in various sectors in recent years. They are commonly used in construction site personnel offices, dormitories, changing rooms, WC-shower cabins, and dining halls. Industrial metal cabins are also intensively used for the positioning and protection of certain equipment. Moreover, large social structures such as hospitals and disaster management centers can be easily created with custom designs and plans using individual modules on major construction sites.
The key advantage of container use lies in their modular structure, truck transportability, durability, and the ability to provide services for an extended period in multiple locations. Modular Cabin Systems are manufactured using the sandwich system, where fiberglass-reinforced polyester panels are injected and solidified with polyurethane foam. This feature ensures excellent thermal and sound insulation, as well as high resistance to water and dirt.